The new members will be responsible for expanding Bank of Singapore’s business in South East Asia, with a focus on the Indonesian market.
Bank of Singapore announced the appointment of Mr Terence Seow, a seasoned private banker with more than 15 years of experience to head a new team for its South East Asian market. Terence, who joined Bank of Singapore as Managing Director, is responsible for expanding Bank of Singapore’s business in the region, with a focus on the Indonesian market. Terence reports to the Head of South East Asia, Mr Bahren Shaari.
Terence was formerly Senior Vice President at DBS Private Bank for the Mega-Wealth segment covering the Indonesian market. He has extensive experience in managing private wealth for Asian clients and a strong background in Treasury, having held key positions in various financial institutions, including BHF-Bank (Singapore) and Republic National Bank of New York (Singapore).
Joining his team would be two relationship managers, namely:
Mr Wilyono Martin who was with DBS Private Bank since 2006. Prior to that, Wilyono had spent seven years in Indonesia with Standard Chartered Bank and Citibank in a similar capacity.
Ms Fang Shiuh Rou who was also from DBS Private Bank, where she had spent five years serving high net worth clients.
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